As an independent contractor, Dr. Mosher has worked with a wide range of organizations and agencies. The list below is representative. The complete list, included in her CV, is available on request.
Auburn Seminary Center for Multifaith Education (NYC): 1999–2013; Senior Fellow, 2011–13; coordination, co-facilitation of colloquia for seminary professors; researcher for national study of multi-faith education in training of religious leaders; development of related resources.
Building Bridges Seminar (Washington, DC): Since 2012; Assistant Academic Director; editing seminar proceedings for publication; pedagogical strategic planning; dialogue participation and facilitation.
Episcopal Church Office of Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations (NYC): 1999–2011; 2013; Consultation; workshops; writing.
Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut (Meriden, CT): Since 2013; interfaith relations instructor.
Episcopal Diocese of New York Ecumenical and Interreligious Relations Commission (NYC): (1997–2006; chair, 2000–2006): dialogue advisor (since 2013).
Episcopal Diocese of Southern Ohio Ecumenical and Interreligious Relations Commission (Cincinnati, OH): (since 2013): interfaith relations strategic planning.
National Disaster Interfaiths Network (NYC): Since 2010; strategic planning; authoring, editing educational resources, assisting in development of disaster top sheets; hosting disaster spiritual care trainings.
Network of Inter Faith Concerns of the Anglican Communion (London, UK): Since 2003; general assistance.
Peace Islands Institute (NYC): Since 2011; strategic planning; lecturing on interreligious concerns.
Seminary Consortium for Urban Pastoral Education (Chicago): Since 2012; strategic planning; development of interfaith education initiatives—including Engaging Faith in the Neighborhood workshop.
The Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding (NYC): Since 2003; advisor for curriculum development and other projects.
Unity Productions Foundation (DC; 2010–11): Coordinator: curriculum development for NEH-funded project Dialogue in the Humanities resulting in Prince Among Slaves educational website; panelist for documentary discussions.
Teaching Theology & Religion, 9:2 (April 2006): As a consultant to the National Council of Church of Christ Interfaith Office, responsible for recruiting contributing authors, editing their submissions for this journal issue. Teaching Theology & Religion, 16:4 (October 2013): As consultant to Auburn Seminary's Center for Multifaith Education, responsible for helping to assemble a team of scholars, then working with them to generate a set of essays, editing the result, securing a publication venue, recruiting additional short submissions, and penning an introduction to this special journal issue.
Coordinator for international conferences on Women in Religion in the 21st Century (sponsored by The Interchurch Center, NYC, 2006) and Islam in Turkey Today (Columbia University Center for Middle East Studies, NYC, 2007); in both cases, tasks included (but sent beyond) designing schedule, identifying and securing lecturers and panelists, serving as facilitator during the event.